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Temporal Inferences in Conversation

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Degree of grammaticalisation of behind, beneath, between and betwixt in Middle English

and Elizabeth Closs Traugott. 2003. Grammaticalization. (2 nd edition). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Hotta, Ryuichi. 2014. Betwixt and between : The ebb and flow of their historical variants. Journal of the Faculty of Letters: Language, Literature and Culture . 2014. 17-36. Iglesias-Rábade, Luis. 2011. Semantic erosion of Middle English prepositions. Frankfurt/Main: Peter Lang. Kahlas-Tarkka, Lena. 2010. Preposition + TIME (+THAT): Exploring Temporal Connectives in Early English. In Osamu Imahayashi, Yoshiyuki Nakao and Michiko Ogura

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Tenses, Dates and Times

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Degrees of Propositionality in Construals of Time Quantities

, time, semantics and the child, In T. E. Moore (Ed.), Cognitive development and the acquisition of language. New York: Academic Press, 27–63. Dehaene, Stanislas & Jacques Mehler 1992. Cross-linguistic regularities in the frequency of number words, Cognition, 43: 1–29. Davidson, Donald 1967. Truth and meaning, Synthese 17(3), 304–323. Evans, Vyvyan 2004. The structure of time. Amsterdam and Philadelphia: John Benjamins. Evans, Vyvyan 2013. Temporal frames of reference, Cognitive Linguistics 24(3), 393–435. Evans, Vyvyan & Melanie Green

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Establishing the Fluency Gap Between Native and Non-Native-Speech

. Journal of Acoustic Society of America, 111(6), 2862-2873. Dechert, H. W. (1980). Pauses and intonation as indicators of verbal planning in secondlanguage speech productions: two examples from a case study. In H. W. Dechert & M. Raupach (Eds.), Temporal variables in speech (pp. 271-285). The Hague, Mouton. De Jong, N. H., Schoonen, R., & Hulstijn, J. H. (2009, July). Fluency in L2 is related to fluency in L1. Paper presented at the 7th International Symposium on Bilingualism, Utrecht, The Netherelands. De Jong, N. H

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What is the ‘Future’ of Greek? Towards a Pragmatic Analysis

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Curious Legal Conditionals

References Arnovick, Leslie K. 1990. The Development of Future Constructions in English. The Pragmatics of Modal and temporal Will and Shall in Middle English . Bern: Peter Lang. Bergs, Alexander. 2008. Shall and shan't in contemporary English - a case of functional condensation. In: Trousdale, G. and Gisborne, N. (eds.) Constructional Approaches to English Grammar , pp. 113-144. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter. Black, H. 1983. Black's Law Dictionary . St. Paul: West Publishing

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The Impact of Rhythmic Distortions in Speech on Personality Assessment

, Germany. Volín, J. 2005. Rhythmical properties of polysyllabic words in British and Czech English. In: J. Čermák et al. (Eds.) Patterns, A Festschrift for Libuše Dušková. Praha: Kruh moderních filologů: 279-292. Volín, J. and Poesová, K. 2008. Temporal and spectral reduction of vowels in English weak syllables. In: A. Grmelová et al. (Eds.), Plurality and Diversity in English Studies. Praha, UK PedF: 18-27. Volín, J., Weingartová, L. and R. Skarnitzl. 2013. Spectral Characteristics of Schwa in Czech Accented English

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Measuring vowel duration variability in native English speakers and polish learners

: Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Śląskiego Ramus, F., M. Nespor and J. Mehler. 1999. Correlates of linguistic rhythm in the speech signal. Cognition 72: 1-28. Sobkowiak, W. 1996. English Phonetics for Poles . Poznań: Bene Nati Szpyra-Kozłowska, J. 2003. The Lingua Franca Core and the Polish Learner. In Dydaktyka fonetyki języka obcego , eds. W. Sobkowiak and E. Waniek-Klimczak, 193-210. Płock: Wydawnictwo Naukowe PWSZ w Płocku,. Waniek-Klimczak, E. 2005. Temporal Parameters in Second Language Speech. Łódź: Wydawnictwo

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Formulaic Sequences as Fluency Devices in the Oral Production of Native Speakers of Polish

Perceived Fluency and Utterance Fluency across Speech Elicitation Tasks: A Pilot Study. Papers from Lancaster Univesrity Post-graduate Conference in Linguistics and language Teaching, 5:134–154. Raupach, M. 1980. Temporal variables in first and second language speech production. In H.W. Dechert and M. Raupach (eds.) Temporal Variables in Speech. The Hague: Mouton: 263–270. Read, J. and Nation, P. 2004. Measurement of formulaic sequences. In N. Schmitt (ed.) Formulaic Sequences: Acquisition, Processing and Use. Amsterdam: John Benjamins Publishing, 23-35. Renouf, A

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